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I recently was run off the road by a terrible driver in my lane, and ended up knocking off my passenger side mirror. I took the car to a local shop that I have used in the past and has done good work before. However, the shop had my car for two weeks to replace the mirror and when I came to get it the mirror was obviously the entirely wrong mirror. The shop owner admitted it was wrong and said he would fix it immediately. He kept the car for another week at which point I told him I really needed it and he said I could come and get it while he worked out a fix for the wrong mirror. When I picked up the car it was in pieces. It was drivable, but the interior door panel is in the back seat and there are pieces of the door and tools all over the front seat. Needing the car immediately I had no choice but to take it as is. It has now been another week that I have been driving it in this state. The shop owner still says he is working on getting the right mirror and getting it painted, but he keeps pushing back the install. If I end up having to tell him to just put the door panel back on and going to a different shop to get the right mirror should I have to pay for the service he didn't really provide?

I have the same symptoms for a misfire caused by ignition coil or spark plug failure but i don't see my year on the recall list. Is it possible it is something different?

I'm just testing this :)